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no working smoke alarms in that house. >>> 21 minutes after 7:00 now on this friday morning. pope benedict is wrapping up his last few days as leader of the catholic church. who will step up to take on the role or who will be assigned that role? we'll get an update on the other side of the break. >> then a d.c. graffiti artist now part of a new documentary and exhibit. this morning hollie is learning all about cool disco dance. she'll join us live. [ harry umlaut ] here w we go. [ sally umlaut ] what? the five stages of muller. ah yes... stage one: suspicion. "it's a yogurt, how good can it be?" stage two: revision. "actually, this ain't bad." stage three: surprise! "look at this cool cornery thing! i love this stuff!!" stage four: desolation. "it's gone!" stage five: anticipation "i guess i could always have another"... "have you been through the five stages of muller yet?" "yeah, just now." [ male announcer ] muller. the european for yummy. who aren't happy with their internet. [ spokesman ] are you lindsay? yes. did you say, "my internet's so slow it's like a car with no gas"? yes. [ ma
benedict resigned. the daily paper says an internal report uncovered an underground gay network at the vatican much more could come from the paper. the newspaper says this is just the first in a series of reports. nbc's claudio lavania is here for us. what more did they disclose in this report? >> reporter: well, tamron, it is certainly well respected here in italy. the first or second biggest newspaper here in italy and usually good sources. well, what this paper is saying is that in that report, 300-page report of the internal vatican inquiry in to the scandal was so disturbing that pope benedict xvi decided to leave there and then and two months before the official abdication. it contained details about the inside of the vatican and lobbies that were -- it was power clashes of the lobbies that broke two, as a matter of fact, of the ten commandments. the first one, commandment number 6. thou shall not steal. that's a reference to the vatican bank accused of money laundering. well, also broke according to the report commandment number 7, thou shall not commit adultery. also tho
. >>> so one week from today, the roman catholic church will be without a pope. pope benedict xvi is resigning. cnn's brian todd is here in "the situation room" with more. so what happens in the interim. he resigns before a new pope is elected? >> that's right. the game of who's in charge and who's next is in full swing. the vatican is being opaque right now but we do know of some key players to watch. it's palace intrigue in overdrive with benedict xvi leaving, who will take over the vatican until a new pope is elected? an administrator that deals with fi n fi nans, portrayed as an evil master power broker. in real life, the title is held by a powerful position of secretary of state who in the vatican is like a prime minister. experts say don't get the idea that bertoni is the face of a legend. >> he's not the best organizer? >> no. the joke in rome is he couldn't organize a one-man band. >> michael shawn winters says bertoni was damaged in the scandal when mismanaged and corruption was leaked. despite his current status, he has no shot of becoming pope. analysts say he's also a
to floridians," said tea party activist everett wilkin son. he called scott the "benedict arnold to the patriot and tea party movement in florida." well, that's a new badge of honor that rick scott can wear. joining me tonight howard fineman, nbc news political analyst and editorial director of the huffington post media group. howard, always, good to have you with us. >> hi, ed. >> big turn for a very visible governor in a very crucial state. what does it mean? >> well, what it means is reinforces the trend you were talking about at the top of the show, first of all. the "usa today" poll, i don't know if it did poll on obama care, but the general drift of things is in the direction of activist government. athat's what you said at the top. you're absolutely right. and this is part of it. and in that sense even rick smith -- i mean excuse me, even rick scott had to accept reality, as he said. but there's more to it than that. first of all, there's a lot of money involved. billions of dollars. for the state treasury over the next two years. that's number one. number two, don't forget that rick sco
retires next week. pope benedict has only sent about 36 tweets. there is no word yet on whether whoever succeeds him will use the social networking site. house republicans are gearing up to put together their own version of the violence against women right. it allows tribal courts to prosecute nominatetive americans. according to chuck grassley that is why he voted no. he said he feared a nominatetive american wouldn't get a fair trial on an indian reservation but shockingly he is wrong. tribal courts are bound by the constitution the same way state courts are. and president obama is weighing in on the supreme court's arguments on part of the voting right's act next wednesday. the president said the high court should leave the provision in effect as it stands now. the president says without justice department oversight people would lose any avenues toal companying the problems. we're back after the break. stay with us. all across america people are using lysol in hundreds of unexpected ways to help keep their homes healthy. max's mom uses it on the couch a soft surfa
benedict xvi will be stepping down, and i remembered i and i am reminded of the words of a different pope, pope john xxiii. a long time ago he met george at the vatican. towgeorge was heading up president kennedy's program. he said, when you meet your maker, and he asks, did you feed the hungry, you can say, yes, i did. george mcgovern could say that a thousand times over. so can the millions of people whose farms and ranches and laboratories to feed our families, even when we do not always realize or acknowledge it. back -- by continuing to plow ahead, develop agricultural policies and innovate in ways big and small, so in deed and all of us. thank you very much for giving me the chance to be with you this morning. [applause] >> wow. we have had three great addresses this morning. joe gave the outlook. secretary vilsack challenged us in terms of human risks we can manage. senator daschle gave an overwhelmingly give you to american agriculture. a lot of food for thought. now the floor is yours. our panelists will answer some of your questions. do we have mics in the room? yes? no? they ar
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